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    Quote Originally Posted by jscottyk View Post
    Hey Craig.

    Back on 2/7/13 you discussed the increase from $2800 to $2899 as being driven by fabrication costs. Looked today and Corsa's are going for $2999.

    Can you comment on what's driving this most recent price increase?
    we're including a Chris King headset now and a bottom bracket. so it's really a price decrease.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jerk View Post
    we're including a Chris King headset now and a bottom bracket. so it's really a price decrease.
    Gotcha

    Figured I was missing something! Thanks Craig.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by joosttx View Post
    Disk brakes... why do some builders choose to reinforce and why do not. Why did you choose to reinforce?

    reinforce what? the stays at the drop-out? we do that to prevent flex...
    bamboo, aluminum, wood.

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    All Carbóns are built to order and available in 6 stock geometries or custom geometry.
    First sentence in the second last paragraph.
     

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    Hey Craig the copy on the cx bike says you like to be closer to the ground, yet you spec 58mm of bb drop in bigger sizes

    I think this is perfect as low bbs ride like ass

    Great looking bike, I might hit you up to replace my fango when the time is right
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by andrew flowers View Post
    Hey Craig the copy on the cx bike says you like to be closer to the ground, yet you spec 58mm of bb drop in bigger sizes

    I think this is perfect as low bbs ride like ass

    Great looking bike, I might hit you up to replace my fango when the time is right
    The big bikes have slightly higher bbs- the thinking here is that bigger bikes have longer cranks- I want the bikes to work on the off-camber courses you see on Europe, and the issues that come up with high bbs are exaggerated the smaller the bike is and tend to disappear with really big bikes.
    bamboo, aluminum, wood.

    My name is Craig Gaulzetti.

    I work at Seven Cycles

    www.sevencycles.com

    I am also the person behind Gaulzetti Racing Bikes

    www.gaulzetticicli.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerk View Post
    The big bikes have slightly higher bbs- the thinking here is that bigger bikes have longer cranks- I want the bikes to work on the off-camber courses you see on Europe, and the issues that come up with high bbs are exaggerated the smaller the bike is and tend to disappear with really big bikes.
    Also the bbs across the line are lower than traditional Belgian geometries- we
    Aren't using toe clips anymore.
    bamboo, aluminum, wood.

    My name is Craig Gaulzetti.

    I work at Seven Cycles

    www.sevencycles.com

    I am also the person behind Gaulzetti Racing Bikes

    www.gaulzetticicli.com

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerk View Post
    Also the bbs across the line are lower than traditional Belgian geometries- we
    Aren't using toe clips anymore.
    yep I got you

    I love a higher bb (at 6'5) as I find it help the bike find its course through heavy shit a bit easier

    gives the bike a bit more brain, which is often a good thing, as like a good horse it can find its' way home
     

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    Just wanted to remind everyone that the dude behind this brand is just the best. I called in a small favor, and without any hesitation he went above and beyond.

    Craig, I owe you a beer.
    Got some cash
    Bought some wheels
    Took it out
    'Cross the fields
    Lost Control
    Hit a wall
    But we're alright

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    Quote Originally Posted by chasea View Post
    Just wanted to remind everyone that the dude behind this brand is just the best. I called in a small favor, and without any hesitation he went above and beyond.

    Craig, I owe you a beer.
    it was my pleasure Chase.
    bamboo, aluminum, wood.

    My name is Craig Gaulzetti.

    I work at Seven Cycles

    www.sevencycles.com

    I am also the person behind Gaulzetti Racing Bikes

    www.gaulzetticicli.com

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    can we bring this thread back on topic please?

    craig: somewhere on the internet you once wrote something about bikes that goes like this. but over here on some random guy's bike it almost looks like you did that, which might be different than this, although i might be perceiving it incorrectly or incompletely. regardless, explain yourself, you hypocrite!
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by marcelia View Post
    can we bring this thread back on topic please?

    craig: somewhere on the internet you once wrote something about bikes that goes like this. but over here on some random guy's bike it almost looks like you did that, which might be different than this, although i might be perceiving it incorrectly or incompletely. regardless, explain yourself, you hypocrite!
    huh? could you please repeat the question?
    bamboo, aluminum, wood.

    My name is Craig Gaulzetti.

    I work at Seven Cycles

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    I am also the person behind Gaulzetti Racing Bikes

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    Quote Originally Posted by jerk View Post
    huh? could you please repeat the question?
    yah - bored at work and wishing there was a good internet fight going on to watch involving parrot shit and whatnot but i see now it's going to take more than completely abstract stuff to get that going. nothing to see here, move along

    now for something completely different - my corsa is rad. that is all.
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by marcelia View Post
    yah - bored at work and wishing there was a good internet fight going on to watch involving parrot shit and whatnot but i see now it's going to take more than completely abstract stuff to get that going. nothing to see here, move along

    now for something completely different - my corsa is rad. that is all.
    what do you mean bored at work? i just road bikes with you a few hours ago. nice try!
     

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    Quote Originally Posted by DarrenCT View Post
    what do you mean bored at work? i just road bikes with you a few hours ago. nice try!
    I don't ride bikes all day! I find it plenty easy to be bored at work at home! Was just wrapping up yelling on the phone for an hour. Wanna go back out for the evening shift?
     

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    New Gaulzetti website: Gaulzetti Cicli

    Still working out the bugs and adding content, but this is the gist for now. Most of the same content that's been on the Embrocation site for a while but condensed into one, simple to navigate site.

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    Quote Originally Posted by EmbroJames View Post
    New Gaulzetti website: Gaulzetti Cicli

    Still working out the bugs and adding content, but this is the gist for now. Most of the same content that's been on the Embrocation site for a while but condensed into one, simple to navigate site.
    James, love the site, very easy to use and informative. Looks like you aren't spec ing mavic wheels on any complete builds any more. Can you share why?
    Andy Cohen

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    It's very rare that someone buys one of our stock bikes as specified. We almost always make changes to the kits based on customer requests, which is fine, we'll do whatever. These pre-speced build kits serve as good touch-points for various price levels for complete bikes.

    Right now, Mavic pricing structure to builders is in flux and we can't seem to get accurate information on their costs, so it's hard to factor them into the pricing for complete bikes. We may add them in when that pricing is worked out, but for now we've filled in wheels we think are good matches to the kit and pricing level of each bicycle build. Shimano wheels on Shimano builds; Campy on Campy, etc for the most-part.

    Mavic wheels are great and we can supply them, but for the sake of simplicity we've taken them out of the complete bike packages for the moment.

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    Surprised to see the oversize head tube and PF30 options on the Cazzo page - has one been built with these options yet?
     

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    Nope. But they're options nonetheless.

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